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Info: Created on 19th April 2019 . Last edited on 14th May 2019.
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Oh this looks very decent so far, I like it a lot :)

Comment by Sed4tives 6th May 2019

nice

Comment by JingYo 7th May 2019

Work in progress. If you have any suggestions, please feel free to leave a comment. :)

Comment by teksait 8th May 2019

It's very nice.

Some suggestions:

1. Although it is a stylistic choice, but the glyphs may look nice and more stable with the center crossbar higher up, about center or a brick or two higher.

2. On glyphs where the center crossbar joins the left or right stem, it would looks more pen nib scribe hand movement realistic (if that makes sense) with there not being a curve on the inside counter. E.g: a, the top-right corner of the counter should go into the stem straight, and not curve. Same with e, P, R, 6, &c.

3. Assuming someone is writing these shapes with a calligraphy pen, the @ and æ would be written in one smooth, single stroke. This means, the @ can only be with the single story ɑ, so that the scribe can complete the whole @ glyph is a single stroke. Same with the æ, therefore, no curve in the counters of both a and e at the crossbar.

Of course, these are just suggestions. You are welcome to disregard any or all.

Comment by ex-rated 8th May 2019

Hi ex-rated! Thanks for ur feedback. I really appreciate your comments and of course I take in count everything.

1. Nice! I moved the center crossbars 1 brick up to get more weigth at the bottom of the glyph. Numbers and letters, except P, Y and 4. In these 3 cases I prefer to have more volume. I also changed the center crossbars of the "Extended Latin" glyphs related.

2. I'm not sure about having a straight stem... Maybe I would make fullcurve. I agree with your comment about "hand movement", but I'm not sure about having a straight crossbar with the vert. stem. I'll think about it. (I attach a sample. Left: Current, Middle: Fullcurve, Right: Your suggestion.)

3. I love your @ and I get your suggestion, just having the inner "ɑ" smaller! Please, take a look on æ, I made some little changes about your comment.

Thank you very much for your comments!

Comment by teksait 8th May 2019

the dotless I is missing a few bricks at the bottom…

Comment by oidc 9th May 2019

Also, the rings on the U's are missing

Comment by oidc 9th May 2019

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